- Text characters are blurry on the LCD screen.
- Poor clarity with hard to read letters on laptop.
Check to make sure the laptop is set to the LCD screen's native resolution or optimal resolution. The most common native resolution for laptops is 1024x768. If the display is set for a lower resolution, switching to the native resolution will greatly improve screen clarity. To set the screen resolution, go to: Start » Settings &» Control Panel » Display » Settings.
Windows* XP users should also check to see if the Microsoft ClearType* feature is enabled. This feature is designed to improve the clarity of text, but in some cases it makes text look blurry or it makes black text look partially colored.
To disable the ClearType feature, go to: Start » Settings » Control Panel » Display » Appearance » Effects... Un-check the box for Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts.
| Windows XP Professional*, Windows XP Home Edition*
This applies to: